This store is known for its mock bak kut teh, but also serves rice with various mock toppings.
When I ate here, I bought one of EVERYTHING they had - one mock bakuteh, one plate of flavoured rice, with more than ten different toppings. There was more than enough food to feed two, and the cost totalled up to only $9, so I must say that the price is very reasonable.
I absolutely love their speciality rice, which is flavoured lightly with spices like anise (ba jiao) and cassia (gui pi), and a little bit of vegetable and sesame oil. It is very fragrant and has a light, pleasant taste. The mock meats have a light taste too, and go well with the rice.
The mock fish ball is just a-ma-zing. It is really chewy, and is very fun to eat. I was really surprised too, for it tastes even better than the real thing!
The mock bak kut teh is also a healthy, vegan version of regular bak kut teh. It uses less oil and salt, replacing these ingredients with a variety of herbs instead, so that the broth is a lot more like herbal chinese soup.
The mock meat in the bak kut teh also has a nice, firm texture, which is a welcome alternative to many other mock meats out there, which are all very soft and mushy.
If you prefer a stronger taste in your food, the stall also serves three different chilli sauces for you, all with their own unique tastes!
If I were to recommend some improvements, it would be for them to include a wider variety of food besides just mock meats. Some tofu dishes would be good.
All in all, I was still very satisfied with this stall.Pros: Not too salty, Flavourful herb taste, Mock meats have range of textures
Cons: Not a lot of variety